By Making Storytelling Relevant Again, Social Media Has Forever Changed Marketing

Comments: 10

  • Jessica Martin says:

    This is very true and I think is the direction many organizations are turning to. I have just started as my companies Marketing Coordinator. I am also their first “Marketer” if you will and this article has helped me focus my efforts. Thanks!

  • Miguel says:

    Great post Ted! I couldn’t agree me. Being able to paint a picture via storytelling is one of the oldest tried and true forms of marketing. And if you can’t create great content via data or insights then storytelling is the best way to create content!

    • Ted Levin says:

      You’re totally right Miguel. I think it’s awesome how social media has become a way for companies that can’t afford traditional marketing to still tell their stories.

  • Ted Levin says:

    I’m glad it’s helping Jessica. Best of luck with your marketing efforts!

  • Tina Hamilton says:

    This is a great article that really highlights the importance of Vine. Thanks for sharing this, Ted.

    • Ted Levin says:

      I see brands (big and small) using Vine more and more every day, and I love it. It’s got serious potential to become an incredibly important and relevant marketing tool.

  • Jen Saunders says:

    Being able to mix a narrative into any marketing platform is tricky. I think this is a great way to bulk up consumer excitement and I can’t wait to see how trending changes as a result of Vine. Awesome post Ted!

    • Ted Levin says:

      Agree, agree, agree! Storytelling has become so simple to accomplish when using social media, and I think Vine will continue to escalate that trend.

  • DC says:

    Compelling copy, aka great storytelling never goes out of style!

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